noun, plural stra·ti [strey-tahy, strat-ahy]. /ˈstreɪ taɪ, ˈstræt aɪ/.
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Origin of stratus
Words nearby stratus
Example sentences from the Web for stratus
The appearance of the cumulo-stratus, among ranges of hills, presents some interesting phenomena.
The cumulo-stratus, when well formed and seen singly, and in profile, is quite as beautiful an object as the cumulus.
This cloud may either evaporate or disappear, or it may pass to the cirrus, or sink lower and become a cirro-stratus.
The Stratus, from its spreading out horizontally in a continuous layer, and increasing from below.
The cumulo-stratus is more dense and continuous in its structure; thick in the middle, and thinned off towards the edges.